Meaning of geo in English:

geo

nounplural noun geos

  • A long, narrow, steep-sided cleft formed by erosion in coastal cliffs.

    • ‘From the back and sides of the geo, narrow caves lead deeper into the cliffs.’

Pronunciation

geo

/ɡjəʊ/ /ˈdʒiːəʊ/

Origin

Early 17th century (originally Orkney and Shetland dialect): from Old Norse gjá.